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Yellow-crowned Night Heron

August 17, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

The Yellow-crowned Night Heron continues to visit. It is my experience that when they find a good crabbing area they stay for two to three weeks. The immature Yellow-crowned Night Heron is not rare, not even uncommon. It's a reliable annual regular in Nova Scotia. Finding adults is a different matter. The adults are rare and not seen every year. Look for them in the spring in coastal salt marshes and shallow waters near the shore usually about two hours after high tide.

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